New trails? Ask and ya shall recieve! Got umpteen orange wooden directional arrows up...and I've lost count of how many rolls of that thar survey tape have been used to mark trails. Ditto on the dulled chainsaw blades!
The main labor of love starts on trail 49 just past where the clear cut begins...and ends at the 1st large mud puddle on trail 5. Has a little bit of everything. Ups..downs..Pyramid Rock, cliffs/overhangs etc. and one dandy rocky technical hill climb section. I always try to leave'em tight and narrow when possible..and hope everyone enjoys this one for years to come.
About 3/4 way through this trail there is a fork. Taking the right "fork" will lead you into what Stakk says is a place that looks like an area where Bigfoot could live!
It's VERY remote...seculded...and absolutely one of the most tranquil places I've found at Brimstone. Towards the end of this "fork" (Not sure if it will be a seperate trail or just a "a" or "b" of the main one) there is a peninsula created by creek that splits into 2 sections flowing on both sides. TALK about a place to CAMP!!! You can pull you ride onto the peninsula...pitch your tents...listen to the creeks on either side...and as Stakk says...keep an eye out for BIGFOOT!!
This trail meanders through some tight hemlock for just a short ways more and ends up on a wildcat trail that is just a short piece from the bottom of the 1st creek on 49.
Whew! Will be easier to show...than to tell...that's for sure! LOL